Windsor University School of Medicine (WUSM) is an accredited medical school located on the island of St. Kitts. The institution aims to provide an environment for students to study medicine. There are 17 acres of campus facilities to study basic sciences, prepare for the USMLE examinations, and transition into clinical rotations. The school provides affordable medical education to help accomplish the dream of becoming a physician for many students.
WUSM Mission Statement
The mission of the Windsor University School of Medicine is to provide a broad medical education that produces qualified graduates eligible to meet residency requirements and other health care program standards, to be accomplished by:
- defining the latest strategies for the treatment and management of patients in a broad range of social and economic settings;
- focusing upon concepts and methodologies of primary care, including the promotion of wellness from prenatal through geriatric care;
- providing experiences with different healthcare delivery systems; and
- promoting community service with emphasis on quality training in the principles of allopathic medicine, primary care, research, community service and scholarship.
Program Completion in the United States (U.S.)
Upon completion of the premedical and/or Doctorate of Medicine (MD) program at WUSM, students move on to 72 weeks of clinical rotations in the U.S.
Student-Centered Well Roundedness
To aid in developing an exceptional graduate, in addition to mentorship and tutoring, the school of medicine offers a good student to teacher ratio. Also, there are numerous organizations available to the student to develop further knowledge, leadership and clinical skills. Windsor University makes it a goal to graduate well-rounded physicians for residency and beyond.
For More Information:
PO Box 1621
Cayon, St. Kitts, WI
Tel: (869) 466-1220/6157 or Fax: (869) 465-0593